Season 4

6.4

1996

Duration  :  

30m

159 Episodes

Cast : Trevor Noah


Genres: News, Comedy


Production Companies : 


TAGS: The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Season Season 4,4


Episodes
Episode 1 : Michael J. Fox
8.0
Episode 2 : Sandra Bernhard
5.0
Episode 3 : Tracey Ullman
5.0
Episode 4 : Gillian Anderson
6.0
Episode 5 : David Alan Grier
5.0
Episode 6 : William Baldwin
5.0
Episode 7 : Michael Stipe
5.0
Episode 8 : Carmen Electra
5.0
Episode 9 : Matthew Lillard
5.0
Episode 10 : David Cross
5.0
Episode 11 : Yasmine Bleeth
5.0
Episode 12 : D. L. Hughley
5.0
Episode 13 : George Carlin
9.0
Episode 14 : Dave Foley
5.0
Episode 15 : Kellie Martin
6.0
Episode 16 : Jerry O'Connell
5.0
Episode 17 : Melissa Gilbert
5.0
Episode 18 : Brendan Fraser
6.0
Episode 19 : Pamela Anderson, Natalie Raitano, Molly Culver
6.0
Episode 20 : Daniel Stern
5.0
Episode 21 : Melina Kanakaredes
5.0
Episode 22 : Ed McMahon
5.0
Episode 23 : Mike Judge
5.0
Episode 24 : John Tesh
5.0
Episode 25 : Eric McCormack
5.0
Episode 26 : Jeri Ryan
6.0
Episode 27 : Ryan Phillippe
5.0
Episode 28 : Ian McKellen
8.0
Episode 29 : Jon Voight
6.0
Episode 30 : Sammy Hagar
5.0
Episode 31 : Hootie & the Blowfish, Billy Crystal
5.0
Episode 32 : Peter Krause
5.0
Episode 33 : Chris Isaak
5.0
Episode 34 : John Larroquette
5.0
Episode 35 : Joseph Gordon-Levitt
5.0
Episode 36 : Jennifer Grey
5.0
Episode 37 : Norm Macdonald
5.0
Episode 38 : Sandra Bullock
6.0
Episode 39 : Janine Turner
5.0
Episode 40 : Ron Howard
8.0
Episode 41 : Omar Epps
8.0
Episode 42 : Diane Lane
5.0
Episode 43 : Stephen Baldwin
5.0
Episode 44 : Ernie Hudson
8.0
Episode 45 : Josh Charles
5.0
Episode 46 : Jackie Chan
9.0
Episode 47 : Marlee Matlin
5.0
Episode 48 : Sharon Lawrence
5.0
Episode 49 : Rob Estes
5.0
Episode 50 : Angelina Jolie
5.0
Episode 51 : David Spade
5.0
Episode 52 : Seth Green
5.0
Episode 53 : Sheryl Lee Ralph
5.0
Episode 54 : Chris Robinson
5.0
Episode 55 : Joy Behar
5.0
Episode 56 : Thomas Gibson
5.0
Episode 57 : Paula Cale
5.0
Episode 58 : Ted Danson
6.0
Episode 59 : Esai Morales
5.0
Episode 60 : Jane Seymour
5.0
Episode 61 : Robert Schimmel
5.0
Episode 62 : Camryn Manheim
5.0
Episode 63 : Ray Romano
5.0
Episode 64 : Patricia Richardson
5.0
Episode 65 : Suzanne Somers
5.0
Episode 66 : Natalie Portman
5.0
Episode 67 : Jamie Foxx
5.0
Episode 68 : Harry Connick Jr.
5.0
Episode 69 : Caroline Rhea
5.0
Episode 70 : Damon Wayans
5.0
Episode 71 : Timothy Hutton
5.0
Episode 72 : Mike Myers
5.0
Episode 73 : Rob Lowe
5.0
Episode 74 : Mike Myers
5.0
Episode 75 : Heather Graham
5.0
Episode 76 : Felicity Huffman
5.0
Episode 77 : Jimmy Kimmel
5.0
Episode 78 : Adam Sandler
5.0
Episode 79 : Richard Belzer
5.0
Episode 80 : Margaret Cho
5.0
Episode 81 : Scott Wolf
5.0
Episode 82 : Roseanne Barr
5.0
Episode 83 : Rob Schneider
5.0
Episode 84 : Adam Arkin
5.0
Episode 85 : Miss Piggy
5.0
Episode 86 : John Leguizamo
5.0
Episode 87 : Robert Klein
5.0
Episode 88 : Christa Miller
5.0
Episode 89 : David Brenner
5.0
Episode 90 : Third Anniversary Special
5.0
Episode 91 : Joely Fisher
5.0
Episode 92 : Donny Osmond
5.0
Episode 93 : Wendie Malick
5.0
Episode 94 : Vince Neil
5.0
Episode 95 : Janeane Garofalo
5.0
Episode 96 : Bebe Neuwirth
5.0
Episode 97 : Garry Marshall
5.0
Episode 98 : Denis Leary
5.0
Episode 99 : Jeffrey Tambor
5.0
Episode 100 : Dave Foley
5.0
Episode 101 : Dom Irrera
5.0
Episode 102 : Pierce Brosnan
6.0
Episode 103 : Eduardo Sanchez & Daniel Myrick
6.0
Episode 104 : Carson Daly
6.0
Episode 105 : Molly Ringwald
6.0
Episode 106 : Sarah Jessica Parker
5.0
Episode 107 : French Stewart
5.0
Episode 108 : Cheryl Ladd
5.0
Episode 109 : LL Cool J
5.0
Episode 110 : Dwight Yokam
5.0
Episode 111 : Nia Long
5.0
Episode 112 : Summer Spectacular
5.0
Episode 113 : Elayne Boosler
5.0
Episode 114 : Tom Green
1.0
Episode 115 : Jason Priestly
5.0
Episode 116 : David Cross
5.0
Episode 117 : Andy Richter
5.0
Episode 118 : Donny Osmond & Marie Osmond
5.0
Episode 119 : Dave Chappelle
5.0
Episode 120 : Steve Zahn
5.0
Episode 121 : Norm Macdonald
5.0
Episode 122 : Melissa Joan Hart
5.0
Episode 123 : Richard Lewis
5.0
Episode 124 : Bruce McCulloch and Mark McKinney
5.0
Episode 125 : Greg Proops
5.0
Episode 126 : Maury Povich
5.0
Episode 127 : Brooke Shields
5.0
Episode 128 : Molly Shannon
5.0
Episode 129 : Rebecca Gayheart
5.0
Episode 130 : Steven Wright
5.0
Episode 131 : Amy Brenneman
5.0
Episode 132 : Melissa Gilbert
5.0
Episode 133 : Cathy Moriarty
5.0
Episode 134 : Louie Anderson
5.0
Episode 135 : Sarah Michelle Gellar
5.0
Episode 136 : Melanie C.
5.0
Episode 137 : Chris O'Donnell
5.0
Episode 138 : Jennifer Love Hewitt
5.0
Episode 139 : Dave Grohl
5.0
Episode 140 : Roshumba Williams
5.0
Episode 141 : Kellie Martin
5.0
Episode 142 : Kathy Griffin
5.0
Episode 143 : Christina Ricci
5.0
Episode 144 : Tori Amos
5.0
Episode 145 : Lennox Lewis
5.0
Episode 146 : Bill Maher
5.0
Episode 147 : Goo Goo Dolls
5.0
Episode 148 : Stephen Rea
5.0
Episode 149 : Laura San Giacomo
5.0
Episode 150 : Michael Boatman
5.0
Episode 151 : Paul Rudd
5.0
Episode 152 : Senator Bob Dole, part 1
5.0
Episode 153 : Senator Bob Dole, part 2
5.0
Episode 154 : Rob Schneider
5.0
Episode 155 : Joan Lunden
5.0
Episode 156 : Shannen Doherty
5.0
Episode 157 : George Carlin
8.0
Episode 158 : David Boreanaz
5.0
Episode 159 : Jewel
5.0

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